Here are some great resources to help you plan your route across the United States. You can use these resources to decide which parks and monuments you want to visit and in what order. For bonus points: figure out how many miles are between landmarks.

Our online encylopedia


If you don't remember our school's passwords, see the librarian.

Trusted web sites


Books available in our library

Check out these books for more information. We've included the call numbers for these REFERENCE books:

Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Inc. (1994). The Dorling Kindersley world reference atlas. New York, NY: Dorling Kindersley.
REF912 DOR

National Geographic Society (2007). National Geographic family reference atlas of the world. Washington, D.C: National Geographic Society.
REF912 NAT

National Geographic Society (2008). United States atlas for young explorers. Washington, D.C: National Geographic Society.
REF912 NAT

McNally, R. (2009). Rand McNally 2010: United States, Canada, Mexico. Chicago, IL: Rand McNally & Company.
REF912 RAN

Rubel, D. (2003). Scholastic atlas of the United States. New York, NY: Scholastic Reference.
REF912.73 RUB

Williams, B., Lye, K., & Porter, M. (1993). The Kingfisher reference atlas: An a-z guide to countries of the world. New York, NY: Kingfisher Books.
REF912 WIL

Wright, D., Wright, J., & George Philip & Son. (2003). Facts on file children's atlas. New York, NY: Facts on File, Inc.
REF912 WRI

Maps in our library

  • We have a large collection of regional maps that you can check out at the library.


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